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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Mendocino Coast

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Welcome! The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Mendocino Coast, founded in 1983, was unfortunately dissolved in 2011. Many of its former members and other religious liberals in the community hope someday a new Fellowship will come to be.

If you have any interest in restarting this important liberal religion on the Mendocino Coast, please contact us. The Fellowship's past Lay Minister, Rick Childs, can be reached at or (707) 964-1722.

In the meantime, feel free to enjoy our website, including its Spirituality Essays, written by Rick between 2004 and 2011 for the monthly newsletter.

Rick is still available for Unitarian/non-denominational weddings and memorials, as well as offering assistance to anyone who'd like religious/spiritual support. Read his biography.

The Unitarian Universalist Church, of which we are a part, is a liberal religion dating from 322 AD. We believe there are many paths to spiritual enlightenment, and that only each individual can determine what is spiritually true for him/herself, based on their own conscience, reasoning, and experience. We promote a rich and meaningful spiritual life "in the here and now" as our primary purpose.

We pride ourselves on each person having different religious beliefs, yet coming together to support one another's spiritual growth. We welcome everyone, regardless of color, age, income, sexual orientation, or physical ability. Come in and read a little about us.

Questions about Unitarian Universalism? Ask Rick Childs,

Questions about our web site? Ask Ted Pack: